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Jul 14 2010
By: tkmdk843 First Son 1 posts
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Error 80710092

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Hey everyone i'v been having this problem with my ps3 all morning.

 

everytime i go and try to log on it tells me i have an error code 80710092.

 

I'v never gotten this before, so i dont know it psn is shut down due to maintenance or whatever.

 

my internet works fine and i unhooked my modem and pluged the wires back in and also i did the same with my router. 

 

I went and checked the network connection  and my IP and internet connection is fine but when it gets to the playstation network connection it says its FAILED. so like i said idk if its cuz of maintenace.

 

so if anyone else it having this problem plz let me know, cuz im freaking the hell out haha. i hope nuthin is wrong with my ps.

 

Thanks!

 

 

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Fender Bender
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Re: Error 80710092

Jul 14, 2010
its probably a temporary problem..wait a couple hours, then try again.
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Treasure Hunter
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Re: Error 80710092

Jul 14, 2010

http://us.playstation.com/support/answer/index.htm?a_id=939

 

try here just type in the error code should tell you what it means

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Lombax Warrior
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Re: Error 80710092

Apr 4, 2011
Yeah, I was having  this issue too. It's looking like At&t is having an issue with their domain  name servers, but this is a pretty easy thing to fix. All you have to do is  change the dns in your PS3's internet connection settings to open and that's  it!

Here's how it's  done:

Go to "Internet  connection settings"

Select "custom" for  connection method

For Wired  connections: select wired connection, select auto-detect, select automatic for  ip address settings, dhcp host name "do not set", for DNS SETTINGS select MANUAL  and then put in two numbers from the following website http://theos.in/windows-xp/free-fast-public-dns-server-list/, choose the top option for everything else and then  try signing into your PSN account.

For WIRELESS connections: select wireless, select enter manually,  for ssid click to the right, click to the right for security, click to the right  for security key, automatic for ip address, do not set for dhcp host, MANUAL for  DNS and then enter two numbers http://theos.in/windows-xp/free-fast-public-dns-server-list/, choose the top option for everything else and then try  signing into your PSN account.

Hope that  helps
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